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Charlie Tweed

Charlie Tweed

Oporavak, video still (2016)

Studio 102b

Charlie Tweed’s video, text and performance based works interrogate the affective qualities of digital technologies and their use in the control and management of populations and environments. He employs strategies of reappropriation and speculative fiction, often taking on personas of anonymous collectives and hybrid machines, to outline subversive plans for enhancing and escaping control mechanisms and renegotiating relations between human and non-human.

Solo exhibitions include: Soon we will become output, Stanley Picker Gallery, London (2017); I am Algorithm, Aspex, Portsmouth and Exeter Phoenix, Exeter (both 2013); Notes I,II & III, at Alma Enterprises, London (2011) and Spike Island, Bristol (2010).

Selected Group exhibitions include: Visions in the Nunnery, Nunnery Gallery, London (2018); WRO Media Art Biennale, WRO Center, Poland (2017); NeON Digital Arts Festival, Dundee; Selected 6 (touring video programme curated by Videoclub), touring to Whitechapel Gallery, Watershed, Plymouth Arts Centre, CCA Glasgow and 6 other UK venues); Both Sides Now 3: Screenings in East Asia (touring venues across East Asia: curated by Videoclub); Silent Signal, – UK wide touring show for Wellcome Trust Large Arts Commission produced by Animate Projects including: Quad, Derby; Vivid Projects, Birmingham; Lifespace, Dundee; Oberhausen Short Film Festival (all 2016); The Signal and the rock, Performance Lecture, China Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing; Film Open (selected by Steven Cairns ICA) touring to: ICA, London; Spike Island, Bristol; Transmission, Glasgow; Eastside Projects, Birmingham; Castlefield, Manchester (all 2015).

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